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Biofertilizer from products of aerobic treatment of pig farm wastes: Bamil as inhibitor of phytopathogenic microorganisms

Biofertilizer from products of aerobic treatment of pig farm wastes: Bamil as inhibitor of phytopathogenic microorganisms

Doklady Rossiiskoi Akademii Sel'skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk 0(2): 34-35

Antimicrobial activity of biofertilizer from products of aerobic treatment of pig farm wastes against phytopathogenic fungi and bacteria was found. The compounds of the water-acetone and water-isopropanole extracts of bamil at the 1% concentration inhibited the growth of Fusarium oxisporum, F. solani, F. culmorum, Verticillium dahliae, Rhizoctonia sp. Clavibacter michiganense.

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